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Apollo Institute of Hospital Administration hosts graduation ceremony

Felicitates meritorious students

Apollo Institute of Hospital Administration hosted a graduation ceremony for the Masters in Hospital Administration students of the batches that graduated in the years 2020, 2021 and 2022; at the Auditorium at Apollo Health City in Hyderabad. Subramanyam Yadavalli, CEO, TS & AP Region, Apollo Hospitals was the chief guest and delivered the graduation day address. Gaurav Loria, SVP & Chief Quality Officer, Apollo Hospitals, and an alumni of the institute; APV Reddy, Treasurer, AHERF; Dr Rekha Arcot, Dean AIMSR; Aparna Reddy, COO, AHERF; and Prof Vijaya Rudra Raju, Principal, Apollo Institute of Hospital Administration (AIHA); graced the occasion.

Meritorious students were presented with the medals on the occasion. Dr J Manasa of the 2018-20 batch was presented the Gold Medal, while Dr Najmunissa Naureen and Dr Rohma Mushtaque of the same batch were presented the Silver medal. Dr Heena Farista and Dr PS Swecha of the 2019-21 batch were presented the Gold and Silver medals respectively. Dr VV B Iswarya Lakshmi of the 2020-22 batch won the Gold medal and Dr Adapa Mallika won the Silver medal.

Yadavalli, addressing the young hospital managers advised them to work hard and focus on the task on hand to make a mark in their careers and go a long way in the healthcare industry. He commended the students on completing the course with flying colours. He said, the success mantra in life and career is being humble, whatever the situation be humble and that will win the world for you.”

Loria, expressed his delight at being present among his alma mater and advised the students to make learning a lifetime passion.

Raju highlighted the unique programme design of the Master’s Degree in Hospital Management (MDHM) course and the extracurricular activities at AIHA. She said, the institute encourages students to identify their interests and provides them a platform to learn and finetune their skills through various Student Clubs while having fun simultaneously. The institute’s objective and motto is to ensure learning with fun. It is heartening to see that all three batches of toppers are girls, she added.

The students of the three batches thanked the management for moulding them into professionally ready managers and also shared their learning experiences with their juniors.

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